Transmissions from the Love Room : WFMU Sessions 2008 – 2018

Created for the WFMU 2019 Fundraising Marathon
This album contains 12 examples of great live music performed at WFMU, transmitted from our Love Room over the last 10 years or so. Artists play live on WFMU all the time, and this collection could have featured an entirely different and equally wonderful track selection. In a perfect world, this would be a 5-LP set! But we winnowed it down to 12 favorites and pressed it up as a limited edition blue vinyl LP — a lasting format for what we feel is lasting music.
Cover Art by Yo La Tengo’s Georgia Hubley. Pressed on beautiful blue vinyl!



Marisa Anderson – Cloud Corner
Transmitted by Olivia on Radio Ravioli (July 19, 2018)
Engineer – Mark Koch

Marisa Anderson – electric guitar

Boogarins – Despreocupar
Transmitted by Joe Belock on Three Chord Monte (March 25, 2014)
Engineer – Mike Sin

Dinho Almeida – vocals, rhythm guitar
Benke Ferraz – lead guitar
Hans Castro – drums
Raphael Vaz – bass guitar

Khaira Arby and Her Band – Dja Cheickna
Transmitted by Rob Weisberg on Transpacific Sound Paradise
(August 21, 2010)
Engineer – Ernie Indradat
Thanks to Chris Nolan and Clermont Music

Khaira Arby – lead vocals
Drahmane Toure – lead guitar
M’Barka Dembele – rhythm guitar
Aballow Yattara – ngoni
Mohamed Ag Mohamed – bass
Mahalmadane Abbanassane Traore – drums
Inna Diarra – background vocals
Abdrahmane Cisse – background vocals

Gunn-Truscinski Duo – Sugar
Transmitted by Joe McGasko on Surface Noise (April 16, 2018)
Engineer – Ernie Indradat

Steve Gunn – electric guitar
John Truscinski – drums

Robyn Hitchcock & the Venus 3 – Flesh No 1 (Beatle Dennis)
Transmitted by Joe Belock on Three Chord Monte (July 14, 2009)
Engineer – Jeff Simmons
Thanks to BMG/Chrysalis

Robyn Hitchcock – vocals, guitar
Peter Buck – electric guitar
Scott McCaughey – bass, vocals
Bill Rieflin – drums, vocals

Sharon Van Etten (with Heather Woods Broderick) – We Are Fine
Transmitted by Jeffrey Davison on Shrunken Planet (February 11, 2012)
Engineer – Mike Sin
Thanks to Jagjaguwar Records

Sharon Van Etten – vocals, ukulele
Heather Woods Broderick – vocals

Limiñanas – Je Ne Suis Pas Tres Drogue
Transmitted by The Evan “Funk” Davies Show (August 17, 2011)
Engineer – Diane “Kamikaze” Farris

Marie Liminana – drums
Lionel Liminana – bass
Dan – acoustic guitar
Mu – vocals
Nicolas Delseny – guitar
Phil – organ
Moumoule – percussions

Nots – Insect Eyes
Transmitted by Nate K. on Burn It Down! (November 30, 2014)
Engineer – Mario Santana

Natalie Hoffman – guitar, vocals
Madison Farmer – bass
Alexandra Eastburn – keyboards
Charlotte Watson – drums

Mueran Humanos – Detras de un Flor
Transmitted by Scott Williams (April 27, 2015)
Engineer – Scott Williams

Carmen Burguess – synths, vocals
Tomas Nochteff – bass, vocals

Richard Youngs – Goodbye Oslo Rose
Transmitted by Dan Bodah on Airborne Event (September 16, 2013)
Engineer – Scott Williams

Richard Youngs – WFMU’s Lowrey organ, vocals

David Nance Group – Poison
Transmitted by Matt Warwick on Garbage Time (November 6, 2018)
Engineer – Scott Konzelmann

David Nance – guitar, vocals
Sarah Bohling – bass
Jim Schroeder – guitar
Kevin Donahue – drums

Mekons – Hard To Be Human Again
Transmitted by Todd-o-Phonic Todd
(August 8, 2015)
Engineers – Carson Copp, Matt Marando, and Scott Williams

Steve Goulding – drums
Sally Timms – voice
Jon Langford – voice, guitar
Tom Greenhalgh – voice, guitar
Rico Bell – voice, harmonica
Susie Honeyman – violin
Lu Edmonds – voice, saz
Dave Trumfio – bass

Compiled by Olivia Bradley-Skill, Joe McGasko, Matt Warwick, and Scott Williams.
Artwork by Georgia Hubley. Layout by Tiffanie Tran.

All tracks prepared for WFMU by Scott Konzelmann.
Mastered by Bill Skibbe at Third Man Pressing.

Thanks to all of the artists who have contributed to this album, and thanks to all of the artists who have performed at WFMU over the years.
A special thanks to Third Man Pressing for all of their help with this project.

Most of all, thanks to you, the WFMU listener, without whom this record would not have been possible.